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philadelphia, 33 degrees, allen town, 31. 27 in dover. millville, 31. lancaster, 0 with the slightest breeze out there with windchills in the upper 20s this morning. here's the satellite and radar, we have a batch of cloud cover over the delaware valley now. a little bit of a break across the delmarva. more clouds approaching from the southwest that rolls in today. call for today, cloudy skies, a few peeks of sunshine, 38 degrees. a light breeze out of the west/northwest. we should reach 38 degrees around 3:00 p.m. gray skies throughout the period, 6:00 p.m., 35 degrees. looking ahead for the weekend, it's quiet over the weekend. an unsettled pattern sets up for monday, christmas eve looks like a mess, rain not snow.
i'll have the details when i come back in just a minute. >> super saturday could be the biggest shopping day of the year, even bigger than black friday because christmas fall also in the middle of the week this year. millions have one final weekend to get their shopping completed. sales are expected to soar to ten billion dollars. the stores are ready for the shoppers. have opened their doors around the clock to accommodate all the last-minute shoppers. a warning for shoppers this morning and the weekend and the days leading up to christmas. police in cherry hill say they have seen a number of pick pocketing cases. investigators say the woman in this surveillance picture here stole a woman's wallet and racked up $14,000 in charges. the pick pocketers work in tandem, one distracts the shopper while the partner reaches into a purse on the
shopping cart. the theives look for unattended handbags. if you're traveling this hole day season, a worldwide travel alert was issued yesterday, warning all americans to be extra caution and remain vigilant. the warning comes after two violent attacks in australia. the travel alert lasts into march. if you're planning to drive to your holiday destinations, you'll be surprised john rawlins has more on the big savings at the pump. >> just filled up. >> reporter: how much? >> $43 and a penny. >> reporter: how does that compare? >> pretty good, you know what, usually i'm 50 or above. so that's not bad. >> reporter: a lot of drivers saying not bad about the price of gas. it can mean the savings of 7, 9 or $15 a fillup compared to last christmas. >> it gives me a more positive outlook, i'm spending less
money. >> you feel comfortable having extra money in your pocket. >> it's enabled me to traveled more and see my grandkids and go shopping and every month my bill has been dropping and it gives me more money to spend on my grandkids. >> reporter: aaa says an overall improving economy and dropping gas for the holiday season. >> motorists are paying the lowest prices at the punch since 2009. >> reporter: good news for those with red sleighs and big travel plans. >> lower the price of gasoline it makes it easier for the sleigh. we can get more toys and presents for all the boys and girls. >> reporter: john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> a big rally was held in philadelphia, but not to protest, they gathered to recall in support of the police department. "action news" reporter, sharrie
williams was there. >> reporter: the man who organized this is actually the grandson of a former philadelphia police detective. this started on facebook with a post he put out for a rally he calls way overdue. a different type of demonstration compared to those held most recently. mayfair residents took to the streets not to protest police, but to support them. >> they give up their lives. >> reporter: donald garvey is the main organizer. >> this message is pose tissue, we don't want to focus on bad cops, bus there are bad cops and racist cops we're here for the 99% who are good. >> reporter: hundreds appeared with posters. >> let's make it heard respect our police. >> reporter: all ages taking a moment to thank the men and women in uniform for all they do.
>> they do so much more and sometimes you don't understand how much that means to our city. >> reporter: download have been hundreds of demonstrations across the country of protests following the deaths of black men at the hands of police officers. they say this rally is not about that. >> we want to let the neighborhood police know that the neighborhood backings them. >> reporter: philadelphia police watched to make sure everything went well. even though the demonstration was in their honor, they say they came to do a job. >> they have a viewpoint, just like the protesters have their viewpoint. both groups have the right to express their views, we're here to insure there's no property damage and nobody gets hurt. >> reporter: in conjunction with the rally, dozens of toys were collected for the children
overat chop. police saying this was a peaceful demonstration. mayfair, sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." >> four people were killed in a fiery crash in the poconos. two cars collided in carbon county. four people never made it out. two other people were hurt in the wreck in the 1600 block of dairy road. pennsylvania state police are investigating what caused the tragedy. in delaware county, a man crashed his car and landed on train tracks it happened in tinicum township after the driver left his job on the night shift at the nearby ups facility. police say he lost control on the curve on hog island road. the car rolled over and landed on the csx track also that run along the -- tracks that run alongside the road. a woman is fighting for her life after being run over by her
own suv at the jcc center in somerton. the 46-year-old woman was picking up her children when she got out and the vehicle began to roll. she tried to stop and was knocked over and trapped underneath. her chest was crushed. she also is in critical condition at aria torresdale hospital. action cam was on the scene of a crash west hooden field road. two people were taken to the hospital for treatment. no word on what caused the accident. the victim of a hit-and-run has died. brian scales has hit by a volvo station wagon at 59th and market street. the father of two was deaf and likely never heard the car. the vehicle was found, but no charges have been filed. a fundraise begins at
9:00 a.m., at gold fit on main street to help find shane montgomery. the eagles have to rally to make the playoffs. the birds took care of desean jackson and the skins early in the seasonal, but a loss to them today and a cowboys win or tie tomorrow gives dallas an nfc title and playoff berth. eagles dreams would be over. join ducis rogers and mike quick live to preview the game and at 11:35, ducis and mike will be back with the complete highlights and wrap up of the game. there will be twice the fun
this year on the delaware river front to usher in the new year. there will be two chances to watch the sugarhouse casino new year's eve fireworks at 6:00 p.m. and at night. it wouldn't be new year's day without the mummers. 114th annual parade takes a new route from city hall to washington avenue. "action news" saturday morning, a school bus and two cars collide sending more than a dozen kids to the hospital. plus a burglar is caught on a puppy cam rummaging through a home and giving the homeowners pets treats. chris? >> reporter: now i've seen everything. coming up in weather looks like a dry, but chilly weekend overall not delaware valley. no sleigh ride for santa this winter. he'll need a slicker and shorts, temperatures climb into the
>> a bus carrying students damaged a pizzeria in queens in new york city. 15 kids were on the bus, they are all right. the bus driver a pizzeria worker and two cab drivers were checked out at the hospital. four people living above the pizzeria are in a shelter. a homeowner in tempe, arizona used an iphone app to spy on her dogs. the camera caught a burglar wandering through the home. she saw it from her work computer and called 911. the caper took an odd turn. >> the dogs are there and he gives them dog treats. police corralled the suspect. they say he it was trying to steal an xbox. apparently the dogs were
ferocious. >> reporter: thank goodness for that ferocious dog. why don't you roll over and let him scratch your belly while you're at it. >> got it on camera, maybe the dog knew. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. it's quiet out there, chilly, but quiet. we have mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures in time 20s and 30s. storm tracker 6 live double scan, nothing going on. we had a few flurries earlier this morning, but everything has cleared out now, we're looking at cloud cover. 33 degrees, dewpoint, 22. winds out of the north at 9. pressure reading holding steady. 31 in allentown, 24 in the poconos. 31 in reading, lancaster, 30. him pair of 3s for wilmington, a little colder to the south, oddly enough, 28 degrees in dover. windchill of 28. some areas are picking up a windchills, others are calm at
this point. feels like 23 in trenton. 29 on the boards in atlantic city. water vapor imaging, we can see the clouds approaching from the southwest. we're dry across the tennessee valley and the mid atlantic and the northeast. all these clouds will make it difficult for the sun to warm things up later this afternoon. the high thankfully will keep the frontal system down to the south. this is a chilly high, a canadian high. temperatures in the 30s, mostly cloudy skies. sunday we'll see more in the way of sunshine, a few clouds out there, high pressure sits over top of us, still a chilly day, and then we get into monday, the high retreats. it allows the frontal system to push to the north. the milder air floods the region. we're in the upper 30s low 40s low 50s, tuesday, even milder. wait until you see what we have for christmas eve.
unbelievable. christmas eve we have not one, but two systems that will merge, pretty potent storm across the great lakes states join forces in upstate new york, look at the green, this is all rain. even portions of new england, vermont, new hampshire it's rain. the cold air will sit back near the great lake states. cold air to the west, mild air up and down the eastern seaboard. even maine will see rain out of the system, that goes very odd. christmas eve, rainy and windy. gust as high as 40, 45 miles per hour. shooting for a high of 60 degrees, looks like the latest forecast model everything will start to calm down during the evening hours, throughout the majority of the day it's miserable. clouds and sun, today, chilly, 38 degrees, normally we should
be around 43. overnight tonight, 25 degrees crowd lying suburbs, 30 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 42 degrees tomorrow, winter officially begins at 6:00 p.m. cloudy rain developing late on monday. most of the day is dry, after 4:35, the showers start to move in. tuesday, cloudy and damp day, periods of drizzle. 53. rainy and windy as we get into christmas eve, gusts as high as 40 miles per hour. 60 degrees, 47 for christmas day, windy with gusts up to 45, mostly sunny, but much quieter as we head into friday, high of 48. >> don't forget you can take 6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.com anytime anywhere. n is learning that they may need to learn more with recession and
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his big night. he will make a stop in bucks county this weekend. first santa will be part of a parade through upper makefield township at 10:00 a.m. then everyone is invited to join jolly old saint nick at the taylorsville fire house. celebrate the lights, the parade begins at logan circle at 7:00 p.m. it heads south to 15th street to penn square to june per to market. kwanzaa is a begins on friday. the african-american museum of philadelphia will outline the seven principles of the holiday through song, dance and other activities. a dance interpretation of the holiday will be performed. it's happening today from 10:00 to 5:00 and tomorrow noon to 5:00.
baby. can i help you? no, uhhh i just brought a card... (sarcastically) for me? ♪ she'll love it. thanks. in the morning. yep. >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24, saturday morning, temperatures north and west in the 20s. fleetwood 28. tanersville, 24. martins creek 30. quakertown 29. warrington 29. center city, 33. south and east we go milder, but not much. buena, 31, same number for gandys beach. hammonton, 28. browns mills 31. mook -- looking for something to do later on head to the poconos for skiing, cloudy and
temperatures right for skiing. perfect conditions if you want to hit the slopes. maybe you're heading to washington, d.c. at fedex field. eagles take on the redskins, 39 degrees at kickoff, 35 degrees in the 4th quarter. in sports, sixers have an afternoon tipoff at the wells fargo center against syracuse. the sixers are 0-14 on the home court after a loss to the charlotte hornets, jeff skeverski has the rest of sports. >> reporter: it's strange to see jimmy rollins in dodger blue, the best short stop in team history is history. jimmy rollins facially a los angeles dodgers the trade has gone through. the phillies clubhouse will never look the same. number 11 locker is empty.
the longest tenured athlete in philadelphia. wanted to stay, but he had a change of heart when the phillies decided to change direction to rebuild. after 15 years here, believe it or not, jimmy rollins said he is not that sad to leave. >> in this business i she had my tears for the very first time when phillies traded bobby abrayu. it tore a piece of my heart out, but this is a business, you can't be emotional about this. >> he can't have any regret for the career he had in philadelphia. sit -- as i told him, go to la and win another one. >> reporter: chip kelly has not missed the playoffs in 11 years since he was in new hampshire. kelly in the eagles head into washington in must-win mode at 4:30.
a locals would all but -- a loss would all but eliminate the eagles from contention, they have to cut down on the turnovers, lesean mccoy and company have the most in all of football. >> we have to win. >> a division opponent that knows a lot of our stuff. we'll fails a similar challenge this week where we'll have to be sharp and contractment. >> eagles redskins can you wait, we'll get you set for the huge game of the eagles, eagles game day kickoff. special edition at 2:00 and we'll wrap it up with highlights on eagles game day final after "action news" at 11:00. steve mason went down with what appears to be a back injury. he will not play tonight or tomorrow in toronto or winnipeg,
eel be re-evaluated on monday. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. how much would you pay for a hat that belonged to baseball legend babe ruth. one shelled out $300,000 for this had a the. it is believed to be the only hat he wore for a month-long tour. much more coming up stay with us we'll be right back.
developing right now, philadelphia police are questioning several people in the beating death of a man. wilmington police investigate the latest shooting to plague that city. the birds prepare for a big game in washington. meteorologist chris sowers is at the "action news" big board with a look ahead. hey chris. >> reporter: good morning to you eva. it's quiet out there, but it's chilly. we have windchills in the low to mid 20s north and west. 23 in allentown, 23 in reading. philadelphia 25 with the current air temperature. 33. millville, 31, dover, 28. lots of cloud cover up and down the delmarva and mid atlantic this morning. more clouds approaching from the southwest. maybe we see a little bit of sun, maybe a sliver or few peeks. otherwise mainly cloudy conditions throughout the day. overnight tonight the sky remains mostly cloudy, as well. and we'll have more sunshine heading into sunday. day planner looks like,
32 degrees by 9:00 a.m. lunchtime, 35. 38 degrees is the high temperature for the day, normally we should be around 43. we're just a few degrees below average. the sun sets at 4:39. winter begins tomorrow, it will be the shortest day of the year and longest night of the year. temperatures will feel more winter like tomorrow, but feel spring like especially on christmas eve. we'll talk about temperatures getting into the 60s for christmas eve when i come back in just a few minutes. eva? >> thanks, chris. philadelphia police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in an alley. four people are being questioned in connection with the man's death. the four claim the 24-year-old man tried get into their home on the 6400 block of vandyke street in tacony. police say three men approached the man, exactly what happened next is being sorted out. by theby the time authorities ad
the man was lying dead in the alley. a man was shot in the chest, medics were working to revive him as they took him to the hospital. the gunfire broke out around 10:30 last night. the police are searching for the shooter. no word on the motive. wilmington is on the brink of an all-time homicide rate. take a look at this missing man. police say 69-year-old harold hurd was last seen mid october at his home on the 1600 block of north 8th street. police say a family member reported him missing this week. last seen wearing a white and black suit and gray tie. else missing the two fingers on his right hand. if you know where's contact police. a bucks county man is facing legal trouble for making a false report during the search for bradley stone earlier this week. authorities say that report wasted a lot of resources and
frayed some nerves. "action news" reporter, anne-- and has the details. >> reporter: police say luke sanderlin caused panic in the community and cost taxpayers money because he said he saw a dangerous man in the midst of a manhunt. he diverted manpower in the hunt for bradley stone. bucket county district attorney said it brought numerous agencies away from montgomery county where they thought he was hiding. hospitals and neighborhoods were put on lockdown. >> it caused an enormous amount of and he knows, anguish and anxiety, and some very real risk also. >> reporter: sanderlin alleged while walking his dog, stone approached him. he called 911 claim the dog bit stone and fired off three shots.
the defendant desperate to raise money for an alleged medical condition. >> the fundraising wasn't going well and we're contending that mr. stone's terrible crimes gave the opportunity for that something else to happen. >> reporter: heckler said by coincidence there was an acquaintance of stone in the apartment complex and they thought the story would be credible. >> there's no reason to make it up. >> reporter: the suspect is in jail on $250,000 bail. hes facing charges of making a false report and reckless endangerment. >> a day care van in delaware was repossessed, but the problem was there were children inside. the tow truck driver said he
looked inside and didn't see anyone when he towed the vehicle from the shopping center on route 72 yesterday. when he got to the tow yard he heard a five-year-old girl calling foremother, that's when he saw a 1-year-old girl in the booster seat. >> i'm nervous talking about it now, i have kids. i wouldn't leave my own kid unattended for a minute. >> police have not released the name of day care provider she faces two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. jerry sandusky will not be getting his state pension. the state employee retirement system has released a 122 page decision which denials -- denies sandusky 4,900-dollar a month pension. his lawyer plans to appeal the decision in lawsuit.
this is never before seen security video of ray rice and his fiance after he knocked her unconscious. you can see jen anyway palmer is protected by hotel security. she also angry and begins to cry, but as she share the elevator to waiting police cars, she has a change of attitude kisses him and us us nuzzles. the league's penalties was overturned. the fbi is pointing the dpirng at north korea. the attack led to the movie studio canceling the release of the frim, the interview. now they may release it in a different format. both president obama and the president of sony have weighed
in on the attack. >> reporter: questioning sony's decision to can the controversial film the interview. >> i think they made a mistake. >> reporter: president obama saying despite the threat made by hackers to show the comedy, sony's response sets a bad precedent. >> we we cannot have a societn which some dictator someplace can impose censorship in the united states. the threats blamed today on north korea. the fbi saying we are very concerned, this as sources tell abc the hackers contacted sony again threatening they have more potentially destructive information they can release while praising sony for pulling the plug on the movie, calling the decision very wise. >> it's a time in the world where where he pride ourselves on being able to say whatever we
want to say and salt -- we want to. >> reporter: they say they made the change after major chains across the country would not show the film. >> we have not caved we have not given in and we have persevered and not backed down. >> reporter: president obama promised a proportional response to the cyber attack, though he wouldn't specify what'ses are being considered. >> staples are announcing they are the latest victim of hackers, nearly 1.2 million credit cards may have been compromised during a security breach. malware was used to access the
stores. the breach affects cards used between july and september. desean jackson and the washington red redskins are the next challenge in the playoff push. the nfc rivals battle it out in washington, d.c. the birds hope the 3-11 skins do not derail their playoff hopes. they can take the nfc east lead if they win today and the colts knock off the cowboys tomorrow. the birds have won three straight against washington. >> finishing off the season on a high note would be beneficial for them. today if we lose it, it's not good at all we're out of the playoffs at that point. >> robert griffin looked good last week when he played. he has a lot to play for, obviously. so we'll get their best shot. >> if the eagles lose it would
be only their second three-game losing streak under chip kelly. both eagles game day kickoff and eagles game day final come your way today. at 2:00 join ducis rogers and mick quick live to preview the view. 11:35 ducis and mike will be back with the highlights and wrap up of the game. another professional hockey player is diagnosed with the much also. a delicious hitech device what a 3d printer can create with your own image. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment.
>> a family in houston said something divine appeared on the tree in the front yard. the image shows the virgin mary. the image showed up after the mother was praying for her niece. they hope it's god's way of being by their side. >> whatever you think it definitely helps them in this moment. >> reporter: do you think he does weather requests? >> we should be all be praying for him. >> reporter: the weather doesn't look too inviting next week.
there's couple of systems pushing into the delaware valley each bringing a bout of miserable weather. trellis the view at penns landing. we have winds as high as 5 to 10 miles per hour. not too much of a windchill out there, but just enough to make things feel chilly. make sure you're bundling up in layers first thing this morning. temperatures in the 30s this afternoon. 33 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 22. winds out of the north at 9 miles per hour. the temperature have been kind of been all over the place this week. 48 degrees, very mild on monday, tuesday and wednesday, up to 53. keep in mind the normal for this time of year is 43. we're roughly ten degrees above average. thursday, 41. yesterday we reached a high of 42. today we'll hang out in the 30s, as we get into tomorrow and beyond the temperatures starred. 31 in allentown. 24 in the poconos. 30 in trenton. wilmington, 31. millville also showing 31. if you're traveling the only
hiccup would be to the south across the southeastern part of the united states from raleigh through atlanta riding allong interstate i-95 through jacksonville, there will be wet weather down there. everybody else it's quiet, especially up across the high plains it's cold. 16 in bismarck. 32 in omaha. 32 in wichita. 29 in chicago, 50 in new orleans and 45 in dallas. looking at the next couple of days the way the weather will play out here, surface maps shows this huge area of what we call a frontal boundary to the south this is an area where the winds tend to collide or run into each other. that forces it to lift. we'll see rain down here to the south. sunday, the moisture pushes farther to the south as the high takes over. monday the high retreats and allows the frontal boundary to come back to the north and bring milder weather. temperatures by monday, upper 40 os, low 50s. tuesday, mid 50s and christmas
eve close to 50 degrees, this is the european model the way you look at this i, the winds run parallel to the green line. sunday and monday, you can see how the temperatures start to warm, winds shift out of the southwest, remember the winds run parallel to the lines. look at christmas eve this is a due south wind, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. toronto will see temperatures in the 50s. it's a huge rain event for the entire eastern seaboard. the old cold is across the high plains saint louis and memphis, that will push through philadelphia as we get into christmas day. friday and saturday next week, temperatures start to climb. there's no real true cold, at least consistent cold in the pattern over the next week to ten days. allen be town, chilly, 37 cease, that's the forecasted high. atlantic city, chilly high of
40 degrees, philadelphia, 38 degrees today. lots of clouds, limited sun, winds variable five to ten miles per hour. overnight tonight, 25 degrees north and west, 0 center -- 30. the you numbers you can see howy jump. 38 degrees today. sunday, 42. monday, showers, 45 degrees, tuesday, rain, 53. wednesday christmas eve, rainy and high of 60. thursday, 47 degrees, friday, 48. >> even though it's not cold, i'll be eating lots of treats. hershey company has new sweet technology that can take your chocolate experience to a whole new level. they developed a chocolate printer. they developed an interface that
>> good saturday morning to you, taking a live look on sky6 live hd at the beautiful sunrise in cape may, new jersey. 34 degrees outside right now, 7:50. another nhl player has tested positive for the mumps. the third member of the pittsburgh penguins to be infected by the virus. he missed two weeks this season after surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid tumor. the pens star sydney crosby missed three games because of the virus. elderly americans may be
taking medicine such as as an -- xanex. people age 65 to were found to be using the drugs longer that can increase their risk of fractures and falls and car crashes. most people who use inhalers and epi pens, may be using them incorrectly. researchers found 84% of patients with severe food allergies are unable to use them correctly. a monroe county animal shelter has a unique program to find animals home for the holidays. they have a holiday foster program that let's pets
celebrate the season somewhere more comfortable. people can pick up an animal next week and return them next weekend. it's the perfect gifts for the animals sometimes they need a break from the facility. this is the 5th year for the program. last year, it was so successful, 22 animals found forever homes. >> reporter: up next, chris sowers takes a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast stay with us, we'll be right back.
at night he is a night light show. it runs from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. every night. >> i love the laser beams. >> reporter: i would sit there all night and watch that. >> i wonder how much he is paying in electric bills right now. >> reporter: five hundred dollars at least. if you're heading to fedex field eagles taking on the redskins, a mu -- must-win situation. 39 degrees at kickoff. 35 in the 4th quarter. 38 degrees back in philadelphia. mostly cloudy, expect a combination of sun and clouds as we head into sunday we'll call it seasonable, high of 42. both days will feature relatively calm winds. just a light breeze out there. the exclusive accuweather
seven-day forecast, winters arrives at 6:03 p.m. tomorrow. 42, 45 on monday, 53 tuesday, 60 degrees on christmas eve, and 47 on christmas day own colder. we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: good saturday morning, everyone, coming up on "g.m.a.," sony pictures entertainment is firing back after being called out by president obama by saying they made a mistake in canceling the release of the movie the interview. they hope fans will see the movie just not in theaters. new details on how the fbi traced the massive hacking scheme to north korea. we have security camera footage showing the aftermath of the assault after ray rice punched his wife what happened on that
infamous night. it's crunch time, today is super saturday. it is expected to be the busiest shopping day of the year. busier than black friday. we'll take you inside the hottest deals that are happening right now on "g.m.a." "action news" continues at 9:00. here's the stories we're working on for you, police received a report of a disturbance that ended up in a death in a back alley. we're we'll show you how the hospitals make sure the staff gets things right. for chris sowers, the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. we'll see you back here at 9:00.
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good morning, america. right now -- firing back, sony's ceo defending his decision to cancel the release of "the interview." >> we have not caved. we have not given in. >> inside the hack, and the breaking headline this morning -- >> hello, north korea. >> the studio may release that movie after all. an abc news exclusive. the video ray rice did not want the public to see. what happened after the nfl star hit his then wife to be in the casino elevator? the handcuffs, the tears, and this shocking image. why was the couple kissing after the knockout punch? >> breaking his silence, the prosecutor in the michael brown case admitting that he put witnesses before the grand jury he knew were lying. >> yes. clearly were not telng